While the multiversity map is great and all, it doesn't go into too much depth on things like the Bleed or even some of the planes it lists off. >Orrery Of Worlds
Where the local multiverse resides. Here are the 52 universes you are probably familiar with. It exists within the Bleedspace, which I'll get on later.>Hypertime
Hypertime exists outside the regular Orrery as strands of infinite events containing infinite events and is described as many-angled by the Flash. It's basically the basis for elseworld stories that don't fit in with the regular 52 universe format.
What this basically means is that there are in fact an infinite set of universes. They just exist in divided sets separated by strands of Hypertime.>Bleedspace
Specified as though as if separate from the Bleed itself, in Multiversity it's described to rotate around the 5th dimension. Given how Brane Theory works, I imagine what this means is that is basically rotates around hyperspace to the various universes.
Keep in mind, the 5th dimension in DC isn't exactly the 5th geometric/spatial dimension, there are contrary statements to it being the regular 5th geometric dimension but it is 'treated' as such. >The Bleed
The Bleed itself is explicitly said to be either a 11-dimensional space, 12, 24, 40, etc etc. Even in a bizarre instance, it's described to be composed of 196,833 spatial dimensions. It's even been described as infinite in spatial dimensions. How many spatial dimensions it actually has is unclear, and has never been concretely specified by DC, but it serves as the background for the material multiverse.>The Speed Force
If the Bleed is the foundation of the physical multiverse, then the Speed Force is the border. It is described as the physical limit of matter (and presumably energy) in the Multiversity map.